Nichole Strasser

Changing how you feel, one muscle at a time

I've been practicing massage since 2009, I challenge myself to actively keep learning and currently offer a variety of techniques tailored to meet each individual's needs.  From sports injuries to active stretching.  I can work with your body's needs to get you feeling like you should again.

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Where I Work
Available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

OR # 16091


East-West College of Healing Arts

1200 hour Study in Integrative Health & Bodywork Science



DeepFeet Bar Therapy In the Japenese language 'Ashi' translates to foot and 'Atsu' into pressure. Ashiatsu DeepFeet Bar Therapy is a barefoot massage modality utilizing western massage techniques, to improve the clients postural alignment, range of motion, muscle responsiveness and overall health and well-being. Benefits include deep tissue without discomfort, frees up bundled nerves, elongates muscles and detoxifies while decreasing pain.


Swedish Massage is meant to soothe, stimulate, and rejuvenate. Long continuous strokes bring about connected relaxation from limb to limb, as well as increased circulation. Kneading ad stretching of one's muscles allows a release of tension, while also stimulating and energizing. Swedish massage is an art form that follows contours of the body, inviting a peaceful and harmonious feeling in the body.

Myofascial Release (MFR)

Myofascial Release (MFR) is a sage and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the myofascial connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion. 'Myo' means muscle. 'Fascia' is a thin, tough, elastic type of connective tissue that wraps most structures within the human body, including muscle. Fascia supports and protects these structures. Fascia is the substance that allows flexibility and strength. 'Release' pertains to unwinding and relaxing a group of connected muscles/fascia that are bound together due to some king of misalignment or imbalance. MFR allows the tissue to separate, making space for more beneficial movement. It is slow work and highly effective, especially for old injuries and chronic pain. MFR encourages lymph flow which supports the immune system, expands range of motion, and decreases muscle soreness.

Cupping Method

Cupping helps relieve pain and detoxes the body. Cupping helps relive aches and pains, while helping detox the body with modern Chinese acupressure techniques. Cupping can relieve persistent muscle pain, sciatica, cramps, and stiffness. It also boosts circulation and can decrease inflammation while aiding the body's natural detoxification process.

REVIEWS for my Bodywork or Aromatherapy services

by Ma on Mar 03
I’m comfortable, safe and listened to immediately at arrival. The massage space is beautiful and soothing. Nicole is an expert masseuse and I leave renewed, and sustained with a strengthening and longevity that provides for me until my next massage. Great parking, easy access from 82nd.
by Anonymous on Feb 18
Nicole is an excellent practitioner - very skilled in the services she provides. I highly recommend her.
by Denicie on Feb 13
Best massage I’ve ever had. Nicole suggested cupping for my back and neck issues. I was a little hesitant but decided to try it. My back feels fantastic now. Better than it has in along time. Thank you Nicole
by Anonymous on Feb 08
Really good job, my back feels much better.

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Swedish/Relaxation
  • Deep Tissue
  • Swedish Massage
  • Myofascial Release


  • essential oil application

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